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How scientists are testing cancer drugs to slow down aging
Aging is a perfectly natural process, but that doesn’t mean that humans won’t try everything in their power to slow it down. In recent years, researchers who study aging have become intrigued by the idea of slowing the march of time by ridding the body of its population of older cells.
Scientists discover world's oldest colors
Scientists have unearthed the world's oldest colors, or pigments, from deep beneath the Sahara.
Chinese scientists use sunflowers to treat gout
A group of Chinese scientists have extracted new substances from sunflowers to treat gout.
Scientists guide sound waves through a maze
Scientists have successfully guided sound waves through a maze, a tube pathway complicated by a variety of obstacles.
Scientists find gene linking Down syndrome, early Alzheimer's
British researchers are zeroing in on the genes that they believe are responsible for early onset Alzheimer's disease in people with Down syndrome.
Scientists offer solution to Gaia hypothesis
How has Earth maintained the stability necessary for the development and evolution of life over billions of years? It is a question that has perplexed scientists for decades.
Scientists can predict intelligence from brain scans
If you've ever lied about your IQ to seem more intelligent, it's time to fess up. Scientists can now tell how smart you are just by looking at a scan of your brain.
Why scientists counting seal pups in Thames Estuary
Sixty years ago, the Thames Estuary was regarded as ‘biologically dead’ and largely devoid of wildlife.
Scientists tackle sound of leaky faucet
Why is the sound of a leaky faucet so loud and annoying? Scientists finally have an answer — and a solution.
Scientists find bacteria in soil that may lead to more effective drugs
The molecules of bacteria found in soil may lead to the development of better drugs, according to a new study.
Volcano music could help scientists monitor eruptions
A volcano in Ecuador with a deep cylindrical crater might be the largest musical instrument on Earth, producing unique sounds scientists could use to monitor its activity.
Volcano music could help scientists monitor eruptions
A volcano in Ecuador with a deep cylindrical crater might be the largest musical instrument on Earth, producing unique sounds scientists could use to monitor its activity.
Scientists demand action as climate change spreads diseases, poverty in Africa
Scientists are calling on African governments to prioritize efforts to deal with climate change as they warn it is spreading fast diseases and poverty on the continent.
Scientists sustainably 3D print large objects out of cellulose
Scientists have developed a way to sustainably 3D print large objects using cellulose, a feat previously complicated by a variety of scaling issues and environmental concerns.
Scientists measure unique seismic pattern preceding Alaska earthquake
For the first time, scientists have observed the transition from a pattern of low-frequency rumbles into an earthquake — a phenomenon previously only measured in the lab.

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